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Raghu Mani

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Michael, ...please include 1D image quality
« on: February 27, 2003, 08:29:33 PM »

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Michael,

Judging from the berserk level of posting at this announcement on DPR  :p  there are quite a few who are deciding, not between the 10D/D60, (seems a no-brainer, for new purchasers ;-), but between the 1D/10D.
They may not have that choice. There are right now rumors flying around DPreview that the ID has been discontinued - and sort-of confirmed by Canon Canada. The URL of the discussion is here and a comment by the guy who originally reported it is here.

Raghu
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wolfy

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Michael, ...please include 1D image quality
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2003, 03:04:58 PM »

Michael,

Judging from the berserk level of posting at this announcement on DPR    there are quite a few who are deciding, not between the 10D/D60, (seems a no-brainer, for new purchasers ;-), but between the 1D/10D.

Given that the gap is only (!) <$2000-or-so, and that the next step-up(1Ds) is another 4 grand or so, that option is out for many.

The other features we can pretty much figure out from the reviews, but a direct image quality/enlargement potential between the 1D/10D could be helpful, if you're willing :-)

Kinda curious about a real-world evaluation of Canon's claims for the new "engine"'s effect on enlarged-image quality. ???

Thanks,

Larry
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wolfy

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Michael, ...please include 1D image quality
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2003, 09:17:24 PM »

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They may not have that choice. There are right now rumors flying around DPreview that the ID has been discontinued - and sort-of confirmed by Canon Canada.
Raghu


Yes, an interesting thread(that I had seen and kept-up-with) but nevertheless a bridge that we have not yet come-to.

My request still stands. ::

Larry
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